Popular Japanese Baby Names in 2014
When Japanese people decide their baby’s name, they carefully choose the Kanji and pronunciation of the name. Each Kanji has its own meaning and depending on the combination of kanji characters, also has several different pronunciations. Japanese people also care about the number of strokes it takes to create each Kanji. If you use two kanji characters for the first name, you need to think how many strokes it takes to create the first name and last name. The total number strokes it takes to write the full name creates the child’s very own special number. They think these numbers affect the luck in your life. The site “Namae Yurai” announced the best baby names in 2014. Let’s take a look!